The results are in for The Packet's poll on which of the two pre-applications for the old M&S building in Falmouth our readers would like to see happen.

Readers have been debating for weeks now about which of the two schemes they would most like to see come to fruition.

The Acorn Blue plans will look to keep a commercial unit on street level and will also include a mix of two, three and four-bedroom houses, duplexes and apartments, while also including an outside space, boat storage, car-parking and a communal courtyard garden.

On the other hand, Pentire Group would aim to provide a space for innovation and growth with different local companies, freelancers, and local chefs and food businesses coming together in the town centre.

They would also be looking to hold community events and developing access to the sea in partnership with Falmouth Harbour.

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Over 900 votes were counted in the poll and there is most certainly a clear winner.

The results of the poll were as follows; in first place, with a whopping 727 votes, were the Pentire Group plans who gathered 79% of the total vote share.

In second place came The Acorn Blue plans with 80 votes and nine percent of the total votes.

In third place came 56 votes for a different option altogether, taking six percent of the total votes.

Fourth place went to the 46 people who voted for neither of the two plans, taking five percent of the vote.

And finally, seven people voted that they didn't know what they would prefer and took one percent of the total votes.

The currently unused building that occupies 44-46 Market Street has stood empty for over two years and readers of The Packet who took part in the poll have shown how they would like it to be developed.